--- "Ford, Mike" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > 0: INSERT INTO Table1 (LurkID, ProfileName, Edu, > > WorkAuth, WorkExp, CarLev, Secu, Confi, Relo, > > Telecomu, City1, State1, City2, State2, > TravelPref, > > SalaryAnnual, SalaryHourly, Available) VALUES (47, > > 'ffffffff', 7, 2, 1015, 5, , '', '', '', 'fds', 5, > '', > > You have 2 successive commas in this last line, with > no value in between -- > this is your syntax error. > > > , 4, 26, , 2004-02-02)01062 : Duplicate entry > '0-f' for key 1 > > And again on this line -- twice, in fact, since the > previous line ends with > a comma, too. > Mike are you saying that I should put single quotes around all values regardless of the type ? The double commas are happening because around an int I don't use 'value' the single quotes . ?
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